Media kit

Would you like to help us share the Life on Golem project?

A lot of exciting things are happening in the decentralized world, yet many important projects are known only within the programming community and don't receive coverage from the mainstream press. We want to change that. Life on Golem is a perfect example of how decentralized solutions can be applied to a huge range of different fields. Help us spread the word about this project and reach those who could benefit from our ideas and resources.

Here are a few ways you can share the work of the Allchemy and the Golem Network and help us reach a wider audience:

Publish a link to the YouTube video or website on your social media profile.
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Write an article based on press materials with basic information about the project as well as branding materials.
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Interview the people behind the amazing Life on Golem project To do this, please schedule an interview by getting in touch with our Marketing Director, Adrian .

Why is the Life on Golem project newsworthy?

As well as helping answer one of the most important questions in the scientific world, this project is also inspiring people interested in creating open-source, decentralized solutions.

Life on Golem demonstrates how decentralized solutions are changing the modern world. As well as playing an important role in the transformation of global finance, they can also empower and support scientists by giving them access to vast computational resources.

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Adrian Pietraszkiewicz
Marketing Director

People behind the Life on Golem

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Sara Szymkuć

Sara Szymkuć graduated summa cum laude from the Faculty of Chemistry at Warsaw University of Technology in 2012, and, in 2019, obtained a doctoral degree under the supervision of Professor Bartosz Grzybowski, at the Institute of Organic Chemistry at the Polish Academy of Sciences. During her PhD, she was the main developer of retrosynthetic software called Chematica (now marketed worldwide as Synthia), where she focused on translating the body of chemical knowledge into machine-processable forms. In late 2018, she co-founded Allchemy, a startup aiming to explore synthesizable spaces of drug-like molecules. A part of the current research conducted at Allchemy is supported by DARPA funding under the AMD (Accelerated Molecular Design) program. Sara’s scientific interests center around computer-assisted design of new mechanisms and iterative chemistry. To date, she has co-authored over 20 publications in journals like Nature, Science, or Angewandte Chemie.

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Marcin Benke, PhD
Golem Network

Marcin Benke is a Research & Development consultant at Golem and an Assistant Professor at the University of Warsaw. He obtained his PhD from the University of Warsaw in 1998. His academic experience includes a research fellowship at Cambridge University and a teaching/research position at Chalmers Technical University in Sweden.

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Piotr ‘Viggith’ Janiuk​
Golem Network

Piotr ‘Viggith’ Janiuk is the co-founder and CEO of the Golem Network. Viggith studied mathematics and computer science at the University of Warsaw before a career in computer programming. In 2015, he worked with Chematica on Computer-Assisted Synthetic Planning — a project combining chemical knowledge with network theory and chess-like algorithms, which enabled computers to design synthetic pathways to non-trivial targets.